I was totally going to pick a butterfly-based fairy tale character at first - except the only one I found was Hans Christian Andersen's tale about a male butterfly wanting to marry a flower or something. So I decided to go to Asian folklore and...well, now I'm Ahri. Or a Ninetails. Or Naruto.
But it would be cool if I was the only fox then that'd tie into Disney or fairy tales, then me liking cookies = Gingerbread Man! Although I'd be friends with a hunting dog and grown up he or she'd suddenly hate me
Once Upon A Time (c) ABC
Meme from : [link]
Not even kidding!
Remember, Whale IS *Insert Spoiler Here*.
i wish their was more fanart of them.
it feels so Lonely on my lil WC Boat
Not really a big August/Emma shipping--just don't see it. And I agree that Dr. Whale should not only count as the current biggest mystery of the show, but also one of the most frustrating characters. You should see him in that Singlebrook video--he was hilarious, but I kept trying to guess who he was, and I still don't have a clue.
If Emma has to wear a dress any time soon, I'm gunning for something like what we saw in the first episode - red, simple, modern, and a total contrast from the lavish, outstanding and dark elegance of Queen Regina's dresses. Emma encompasses modernness and simplicity within such a complicated universe. Thanks!
I was disappointed August (as well as Gold, come to think of it) wasn't in the Singlebrooke video! I would have liked to see him but I guess there's more demand for Graham than August. And August/Emma was kind of forced more than Graham/Emma IMO. It happened so quickly, and even if we were to believe there was some chemistry there, August chased after her (and Gold for that matter) for arguably reasons that would benefit him the most. I think he has to realize that Emma being the Savior doesn't mean divine retribution is on its way, and I think he has some past mistakes he needs to work on fixing as well.
I did kinda wish that August and Mr. Gold would have appeared--they both would have been hilarious. Also would have liked more Ruby and Emma.
I honestly don't think August and Emma will be a couple in season 2. The actors do have chemistry (the whole cast has great chemistry with each other) but I never thought of them as being romantic. Emma needs to be with someone who she feels won't leave her behind--she's already going to have a tough relationship with her parents. I doubt she and August would work out.
I love 7, 10 and 11!!
DR. BEACHED WHALE!!
This meme was amazing xD!!
I remember seeing him at the finale and I was like
"...WELL? WHO THE HELL ARE YOU ANYWAY AAUAUGAHGAFKggf;gjlhlahjsjt"
K, I honestly have no idea who #5 is... Whale??
Dr. Whale who we have NO IDEA who he is in Fairytale Land. If I really HAD to choose a character that made me want to burn things - and I'm pretty forgiving considering a lot of them in reality are just poor confused souls effing up a lot of things like David and his problems, Sidney being two-faced, and Regina being absolutely terrifyingly manipulative - it's probably Whale just because he needs to understand when women are trying to get over lovers and complicated relationships, and also start seeing what's past the ass.
Well, perhaps if David hadn't dumped Mary Margaret, after making her believe that he wanted to be her lover, she wouldn't have been so vulnerable to Dr. Whale. I thought it was a bit unfair of him (David/Prince Charming), to punch out Whale for seducing Mary Margaret while they'd been under the curse, but not hold himself accountable, while cursed, for rejecting her earlier that night.
So how did Dr. Victor Frankenstein get drawn into the Enchanted Forest/Storybrooke curse in the first place, anyway? He's hardly a fairy tale character or AFAIK a Disney one either... --C.K.
Well, the issue I have is that Camelot, Wonderland, Neverland, etc. are all magical/mystical realms, but Victor Frankenstein is essentially a science-fiction character rather than a magical/mystical one--hence his claim, "Better than magic--science!" So what was he doing in Storybrooke, since he wasn't originally an Enchanted Forest resident nor the offspring of one?
Yes, Dr. Whale was a womanizer, he obviously related to women, including Mary Margaret, primarily as sex objects--but she went along with a 'one-night stand,' for reasons that certainly weren't good (being freshly rejected by David), so in that one instance she accepted (and momentarily adopted) his shallow sexual lifestyle.
Before the final episode of season one, Snow White and Mary Margaret were effectively two separate characters, so David/Prince Charming afterward assaulting Whale/Frankenstein because he "had sex with my wife" is based on faulty reasoning, isn't it...?? --C.K.
I'm laughing so hard over here right now! I want to see a whale with David Anders's hair on this show xD
Dr. Beached Whale!